South-West State University

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South-West State University
Государственное образовательное учреждение высшего профессионального образования «Юго-западный государственный университет»
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Arms of the South-West State University (Kursk State Technical University)
Established 1964
Type public
Rector Sergej Emeljanov
Location Kursk, Russia Russia
Campus urban
Website http://www.swsu.ru/eng/index.php

South-West State University (former Kursk State Technical University) (Russian: Юго-Западный государственный университет, Yugo-Zapadnyj gosudarstvennyj universitet), for a time the КurskSTU (Russian: КурскГТУ), kurskij politeh (Russian: курский политех). South-West State University was founded in 1964 as Kursk Politechnical Institute. Its current rector is Sergej Emeljanov. In 1995, the university was renamed to Kursk State Technical University. In 2010 it was renamed to South-West State University.

Faculties[edit]

As of January 2010, the university has 8 faculties. Here is the full list of faculties, according to the official web-site:[1]

  • Faculty of Innovations and Management
  • Faculty of Informatics and Computer Engineering
  • Faculty of Economics
  • Faculty of Building and Architecture
  • Faculty of Technologies and Design
  • Faculty of Law
  • Faculty of Mining
  • Faculty of Linguistics and Cross-cultural Communications

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Coordinates: 51°44′18.38″N 36°8′53.91″E / 51.7384389°N 36.1483083°E / 51.7384389; 36.1483083